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[image]Is Dit Liefde - Richard Janse

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[texts]Some apparently undescribed Heterocera and five species hitherto unrecorded from South Africa (Volume v. 2 (1917-20)) - Janse

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[texts]Notes on the Psychidae and on the genera Gymnolemna and Trichocossu, with descriptions of five new species (Volume v. 3 (1919)) - Janse

Keywords: Africa; Lepidoptera; Psychidae; entomology; moth
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[texts]The jumping bean - Emporia melanobasis, Hmpsn (Volume v. 2 (1920)) - Janse

Keywords: Lepidoptera; Pyralidae; Phycitinae; moth; entomology; South Africa
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[texts]South African Bagworms (Volume v. 4 (1923)) - Janse

Keywords: Lepidoptera; Psychidae; entomology; moth
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[texts]The peoples of French Indochina (Volume no. 19) - Janse, Olov Robert Thure, 1892-
"Publication 3768."
Keywords: Ethnology
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[texts]A quasi-experimental study of the effects of an integrated care intervention for the frail elderly on informal caregivers' satisfaction with care and support. (Volume 14) - Janse, Benjamin
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 14.AbstractBackground: This study explored the effects of an integrated care model for the frail elderly on informal caregivers’ satisfaction with care and support services. Methods: A 62-item instrument was developed and deployed in an evaluative before/after study using a quasi-experimental design and enrolling a control group. The definitive study population (n = 63) consisted mainly of female informal caregivers who did not live...
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[texts]The effects of integrated care on professionals: a systematic review. (Volume 12) - Janse, B
This article is from International Journal of Integrated Care, volume 12.AbstractBackground and aim: Traditional care is increasingly being replaced by integrated care models, which often implies changes for health professionals involved. However, although literature on integrated care is abundant, the primary focus is rarely on professionals. Consequently, it is not clear if and how they are affected by integrated care interventions...
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[texts]Relationship between perceptual learning in speech and statistical learning in younger and older adults. (Volume 8) - Neger, Thordis M.
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 8.AbstractWithin a few sentences, listeners learn to understand severely degraded speech such as noise-vocoded speech. However, individuals vary in the amount of such perceptual learning and it is unclear what underlies these differences. The present study investigates whether perceptual learning in speech relates to statistical learning, as sensitivity to probabilistic information may aid identification of relevant cues in novel speec...
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[texts]On the universality of knot probability ratios - E. J. Janse van Rensburg
Let $p_n$ denote the number of self-avoiding polygons of length $n$ on a regular three-dimensional lattice, and let $p_n(K)$ be the number which have knot type $K$. The probability that a random polygon of length $n$ has knot type $K$ is $p_n(K)/p_n$ and is known to decay exponentially with length. Little is known rigorously about the asymptotics of $p_n(K)$, but there is substantial numerical evidence that $p_n(K)$ grows as $p_n(K) \simeq \, C_K \, \mu_\emptyset^n \, n^{\alpha-3+N_K}$, as $n \t...
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[texts]BFACF-style algorithms for polygons in the body-centered and face-centered cubic lattices - E. J. Janse van Rensburg
In this paper the elementary moves of the BFACF-algorithm for lattice polygons are generalised to elementary moves of BFACF-style algorithms for lattice polygons in the body-centred (BCC) and face-centred (FCC) cubic lattices. We prove that the ergodicity classes of these new elementary moves coincide with the knot types of unrooted polygons in the BCC and FCC lattices and so expand a similar result for the cubic lattice...
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[texts]The Compressibility of Minimal Lattice Knots - Esaias J Janse van Rensburg
The (isothermic) compressibility of lattice knots can be examined as a model of the effects of topology and geometry on the compressibility of ring polymers. In this paper, the compressibility of minimal length lattice knots in the simple cubic, face centered cubic and body centered cubic lattices are determined. Our results show that the compressibility is generally not monotonic, but in some cases increases with pressure...
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[texts]Generalised Atmospheric Rosenbluth Methods (GARM) - A. Rechnitzer
We show that the classical Rosenbluth method for sampling self-avoiding walks can be extended to a general algorithm for sampling many families of objects, including self-avoiding polygons. The implementation relies on an elementary move which is a generalisation of kinetic growth; rather than only appending edges to the endpoint, edges may be inserted at any vertex providing the resulting objects still lie within the same family...
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[texts]The pressure exerted by adsorbing directed lattice paths and staircase polygons - E. J. Janse van Rensburg
A directed path in the vicinity of a hard wall exerts pressure on the wall because of loss of entropy. The pressure at a particular point may be estimated by estimating the loss of entropy if the point is excluded from the path. In this paper we determine asymptotic expressions for the pressure on the X-axis in models of adsorbing directed paths in the first quadrant. Our models show that the pressure vanishes in the limit of long paths in the desorbed phase, but there is a non-zero pressure in ...
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[texts]Minimal knotted polygons in cubic lattices - E. J. Janse van Rensburg
An implementation of BFACF-style algorithms on knotted polygons in the simple cubic, face centered cubic and body centered cubic lattice is used to estimate the statistics and writhe of minimal length knotted polygons in each of the lattices. Data are collected and analysed on minimal length knotted polygons, their entropy, and their lattice curvature and writhe.
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[texts]cis-{2,6-Bis[(di-tert-butyl-phosphan-yl)meth-yl]cyclo-hexyl-?3P,C1,P?}chloridopal ladium(II). (Volume 68) - Olsson, Daniel
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 68.AbstractThe PdII atom in the title compound, [Pd(C24H49P2)Cl], has a distorted square-planar CClP2 coordination geometry with the P,C,P′-tridentate ligand forming two five-membered metallacycles. The cyclo­hexane ring is aligned with the PdII coordination plane due to C—H activation in an equatorial position, giving a tri-equatorial conformation of the cyclo­hexyl ring.
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[texts]Lattice Knots in a Slab - D. Gasumova
In this paper the number and lengths of minimal length lattice knots confined to slabs of width $L$, is determined. Our data on minimal length verify the results by Sharein (2011) for the similar problem, expect in a single case, where an improvement is found. From our data we construct two models of grafted knotted ring polymers squeezed between hard walls, or by an external force. In each model, we determine the entropic forces arising when the lattice polygon is squeezed by externally ...
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[texts]Directed Paths in a Wedge - E J Janse van Rensburg
Directed paths have been used extensively in the scientific literature as a model of a linear polymer. Such paths models in particular the conformational entropy of a linear polymer and the effects it has on the free energy. These directed models are simplified versions of the self-avoiding walk, but they do nevertheless give insight into the phase behaviour of a polymer, and also serve as a tool to study the effects of conformational degrees of freedom in the behaviour of a linear polymer...
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[texts]Partially directed paths in a wedge - E. J. Janse van Rensburg
The enumeration of lattice paths in wedges poses unique mathematical challenges. These models are not translationally invariant, and the absence of this symmetry complicates both the derivation of a functional recurrence for the generating function, and solving for it. In this paper we consider a model of partially directed walks from the origin in the square lattice confined to both a symmetric wedge defined by $Y = \pm pX$, and an asymmetric wedge defined by the lines $Y= pX$ and Y=0, where $p...
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[texts]What do verbal fluency tasks measure? Predictors of verbal fluency performance in older adults. (Volume 5) - Shao, Zeshu
This article is from Frontiers in Psychology, volume 5.AbstractThis study examined the contributions of verbal ability and executive control to verbal fluency performance in older adults (n = 82). Verbal fluency was assessed in letter and category fluency tasks, and performance on these tasks was related to indicators of vocabulary size, lexical access speed, updating, and inhibition ability. In regression analyses the number of words produced in both fluency tasks was predicted by updating abil...
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[texts]Gehalt der Orchideenknollen zu verschiedenen Jahreszeiten - John Lubbock , Jacobus Marinus Janse , Kurt Theodor Richard Rammelberg
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Check-list of the South African Lepidoptera Heterocera - Janse, A. J. T. (Antonius Johannes Theodorus), 1879-
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Keywords: Lepidoptera
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[texts]The effects of an integrated care intervention for the frail elderly on informal caregivers: a quasi-experimental study. (Volume 14) - Janse, Benjamin
This article is from BMC Geriatrics, volume 14.AbstractBackground: This study explored the effects of an integrated care model aimed at the frail elderly on the perceived health, objective burden, subjective burden and quality of life of informal caregivers. Methods: A quasi-experimental design with before/after measurement (with questionnaires) and a control group was used. The analysis encompassed within and between groups analyses and regression analyses with baseline measurements, control va...
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[texts]A comparison between heart rate and heart rate variability as indicators of cardiac health and fitness. (Volume 4) - Grant, Catharina C.
This article is from Frontiers in Physiology, volume 4.AbstractQuantification of cardiac autonomic activity and control via heart rate (HR) and heart rate variability (HRV) is known to provide prognostic information in clinical populations. Issues with regard to standardization and interpretation of HRV data make the use of the more easily accessible HR on its own as an indicator of autonomic cardiac control very appealing...
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[texts]A conserved U-rich RNA region implicated in regulation of translation in Plasmodium female gametocytes. (Volume 36) - Braks, Joanna A. M.
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 36.AbstractTranslational repression (TR) plays an important role in post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression and embryonic development in metazoans. TR also regulates the expression of a subset of the cytoplasmic mRNA population during development of fertilized female gametes of the unicellular malaria parasite, Plasmodium spp. which results in the formation of a polar and motile form, the ookinete...
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[texts]Model-driven analysis of experimentally determined growth phenotypes for 465 yeast gene deletion mutants under 16 different conditions. (Volume 9) - Snitkin, Evan S
This article is from Genome Biology, volume 9.AbstractAn iterative approach that integrates high-throughput measurements of yeast deletion mutants and flux balance model predictions improves understanding of both experimental and computational results.
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[texts]Tetra-kis(?-4-ethyl-benzoato-?2O:O?)-bis-[(4-ethyl-benzoic acid-?O)copper(II)]. (Volume 64) - Sunil, Abraham C.
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 64.AbstractThe molecule of the title compound, [Cu2(C9H9O2)4(C9H10O2)2], lies on a center of inversion. It consists of four bridging ethyl­benzoate ligands, forming a cage around two Cu atoms in a syn–syn configuration, and two monodentate ethyl­benzoic acid ligands bonded apically to the square-planar Cu atoms...
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[texts]Tetra-kis(?-2-methyl-benzoato)bis-[(2-methyl-benzoic acid)copper(II)]. (Volume 64) - Sunil, Abraham C.
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 64.AbstractIn the title centrosymmetric dinuclear compound, [Cu2(C8H7O2)4(C8H8O2)2], four o-toluate anions form a cage around two Cu atoms in a syn–syn configuration. Two more o-toluic acid mol­ecules are apically bonded to the Cu atoms, which show a square-pyramidal coordination geometry. The acid H atoms are hydrogen bonded to the cage carboxyl O atoms [O⋯O = 2.660 (2) Å]...
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[texts]Racemic tricarbon-yl(?6-7-meth-oxy-flavan)chromium(0). (Volume 66) - van Tonder, Johannes. H.
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 66.AbstractIn the title compound [systematic name: tricarbonyl(η6-7-methoxy-2-phenyl-3,4-dihydro-2H-1-benzopyran)chromium(0)], [Cr(C16H16O2)(CO)3], the Cr(CO)3 unit is coordinated by the phenyl­ene ring of the flavan ligand, exhibiting a three-legged piano-stool conformation, with a point to plane distance of 1.750 (1) Å...
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[texts]Tricarbon-yl(?6-4?,7-dimethoxy-iso-flavone)chromium(0). (Volume 65) - van Tonder, Johannes H.
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 65.AbstractThe metal atom of the Cr(CO)3 unit of the title compound, [Cr(C17H14O4)(CO)3], is coordinated to the methoxy­phenyl ring of the isoflavone ligand; the Cr(CO)3 unit exhibits a three-legged piano-stool conformation. The aromatic ring of the methoxy­phenyl group is twisted by 42.49 (9)° with respect to the γ-pyrone ring...
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[texts]Tricarbon-yl(?6-flavone)chromium(0). (Volume 65) - van Tonder, Johannes H.
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 65.AbstractIn the title compound, [Cr(C15H10O2)(CO)3], the Cr(CO)3 unit exhibits a three-legged piano-stool conformation. The chromium metal centre is coordinated by the phenyl ring of the flavone ligand [Cr—(phenyl centroid) distance = 1.709 (1) Å]. The ligand is approximately planar, the dihedral angles between the γ-pyrone ring and the phenyl ring and between the γ-pyrone and the phenyl­ene ring ...
[texts]Racemic tricarbonyl[(4a,5,6,7,8,8a-?)-2-phenyl-3,4-dihydro-2H-1-benzopyran]chromium(0). (Volume 66) - van Tonder, Johannes H.
This article is from Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online, volume 66.AbstractThe title compound, [Cr(C15H14O)(CO)3], displays a distorted envelope configuration of the dihydro­pyrane ring. The dihedral angle between the phenyl and phenyl­ene rings is 50.63 (4)°. The Cr0 atom is coordinated by three CO groups and the phenyl­ene ring of the flavan ligand in an η6 mode, with a common arene-to-metal distance
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[texts]Multiplex qPCR for reliable detection and differentiation of Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia pseudomallei. (Volume 13) - Janse, Ingmar
This article is from BMC Infectious Diseases, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Burkholderia mallei and B. pseudomallei are two closely related species of highly virulent bacteria that can be difficult to detect. Pathogenic Burkholderia are endemic in many regions worldwide and cases of infection, sometimes brought by travelers from unsuspected regions, also occur elsewhere. Rapid, sensitive methods for identification of B...
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[texts]Drivers of Wetland Conversion: a Global Meta-Analysis. (Volume 8) - van Asselen, Sanneke
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 8.AbstractMeta-analysis of case studies has become an important tool for synthesizing case study findings in land change. Meta-analyses of deforestation, urbanization, desertification and change in shifting cultivation systems have been published. This present study adds to this literature, with an analysis of the proximate causes and underlying forces of wetland conversion at a global scale using two complementary approaches of systematic review...
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[texts]On trivial words in finitely presented groups - M. Elder
We propose a numerical method for studying the cogrowth of finitely presented groups. To validate our numerical results we compare them against the corresponding data from groups whose cogrowth series are known exactly. Further, we add to the set of such groups by finding the cogrowth series for Baumslag-Solitar groups $\mathrm{BS}(N,N) = $ and prove that their cogrowth rates are algebraic numbers.
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[texts]Characterisation of Phomopsis spp. associated with die-back of rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) in South Africa. (Volume 55) - van Rensburg, Johan C. Janse
This article is from Studies in Mycology, volume 55.AbstractDie-back of rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) causes substantial losses in commercial Aspalathus plantations in South Africa. In the past, the disease has been attributed to Phomopsis phaseoli (teleomorph: Diaporthe phaseolorum). Isolates obtained from diseased plants, however, were highly variable with regard to morphology and pathogenicity. The aim of the present study was thus to identify the Phomopsis species associated with die-back of...
[texts]Susceptibility of Thymocytes for Infection by Chicken Anemia Virus is Related to Pre- and Posthatching Development. (Volume 2) - Jeurissen, Suzan H. M.
This article is from Developmental Immunology, volume 2.AbstractTo investigate the age-dependent mechanism of susceptibility for chicken anemia virus (CAV) infection, we inoculated embryos and chickens of ages between day 9 of embryonic development and day 28 after hatching with CAV. Chicken embryos inoculated at days 9 and 11 of development showed no CAV-infected cells in the thymus, nor in other lymphoid organs...
[texts]LISP1 is important for the egress of Plasmodium berghei parasites from liver cells. (Volume 11) - Ishino, Tomoko
This article is from Cellular Microbiology, volume 11.AbstractMost Apicomplexa are obligatory intracellular parasites that multiply inside a so-called parasitophorous vacuole (PV) formed upon parasite entry into the host cell. Plasmodium, the agent of malaria and the Apicomplexa most deadly to humans, multiplies in both hepatocytes and erythrocytes in the mammalian host. Although much has been learned on how Apicomplexa parasites invade host cells inside a PV, little is known of how they rupture...
[texts]Integrated care for frail elderly compared to usual care: a study protocol of a quasi-experiment on the effects on the frail elderly, their caregivers, health professionals and health care costs. (Volume 13) - Fabbricotti, Isabelle Natalina
This article is from BMC Geriatrics, volume 13.AbstractBackground: Frail elderly persons living at home are at risk for mental, psychological, and physical deterioration. These problems often remain undetected. If care is given, it lacks the quality and continuity required for their multiple and changing problems. The aim of this project is to improve the quality and efficacy of care given to frail elderly living independently by implementing and evaluating a preventive integrated care model for...
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[texts]Epizoic acoelomorph flatworms impair zooplankton feeding by the scleractinian coral Galaxea fascicularis. (Volume 2) - Wijgerde, Tim
This article is from Biology Open, volume 2.AbstractMany scleractinian coral species host epizoic acoelomorph flatworms, both in aquaculture and in situ. These symbiotic flatworms may impair coral growth and health through light-shading, mucus removal and disruption of heterotrophic feeding. To quantify the effect of epizoic flatworms on zooplankton feeding, we conducted video analyses of single polyps of Galaxea fascicularis (Linnaeus 1767) grazing on Artemia nauplii in the presence and absence...
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[texts]Catalogus der Bibliotheek van het Koninklijk Zoölogisch Genootschap, Natura ... - Koninklijk Zoologisch Genootschap Natura Artis Magistra, te Amsterdam Bibliotheek , Bibliotheek, Gillis Janse, " Amsterdam Zoölogisch Genootschap "Natura Artis Magistra
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[texts]Eight New Genomes and Synthetic Controls Increase the Accessibility of Rapid Melt-MAMA SNP Typing of Coxiella burnetii. (Volume 9) - Karlsson, Edvin
This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractThe case rate of Q fever in Europe has increased dramatically in recent years, mainly because of an epidemic in the Netherlands in 2009. Consequently, there is a need for more extensive genetic characterization of the disease agent Coxiella burnetii in order to better understand the epidemiology and spread of this disease. Genome reference data are essential for this purpose, but only thirteen genome sequences are currently available...
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[texts]The impact of a reduced dose of dexamethasone on glucose control after coronary artery bypass surgery. (Volume 6) - Vogelzang, Mathijs
This article is from Cardiovascular Diabetology, volume 6.AbstractBackground: Intensive insulin therapy to maintain normoglycemia after cardiac surgery reduces morbidity and mortality. We investigated the magnitude and duration of hyperglycemia caused by dexamethasone administered after cardiopulmonary bypass. Methods: A single-center before-after cohort study was performed. All consecutive patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting with cardiopulmonary bypass during a 6-month period we...
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[texts]Molecular genetics and comparative genomics reveal RNAi is not functional in malaria parasites. (Volume 37) - Baum, Jake
This article is from Nucleic Acids Research, volume 37.AbstractTechniques for targeted genetic disruption in Plasmodium, the causative agent of malaria, are currently intractable for those genes that are essential for blood stage development. The ability to use RNA interference (RNAi) to silence gene expression would provide a powerful means to gain valuable insight into the pathogenic blood stages but its functionality in Plasmodium remains controversial...
[texts]Implementation and evaluation of a nurse-centered computerized potassium regulation protocol in the intensive care unit - a before and after analysis. (Volume 10) - Hoekstra, Miriam
This article is from BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, volume 10.AbstractBackground: Potassium disorders can cause major complications and must be avoided in critically ill patients. Regulation of potassium in the intensive care unit (ICU) requires potassium administration with frequent blood potassium measurements and subsequent adjustments of the amount of potassium administrated. The use of a potassium replacement protocol can improve potassium regulation...
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[texts]Plasmodium Cysteine Repeat Modular Proteins 3 and 4 are essential for malaria parasite transmission from the mosquito to the host. (Volume 10) - Douradinha, Bruno
This article is from Malaria Journal, volume 10.AbstractBackground: The Plasmodium Cysteine Repeat Modular Proteins (PCRMP) are a family of four conserved proteins of malaria parasites, that contain a number of motifs implicated in host-parasite interactions. Analysis of mutants of the rodent parasite Plasmodium berghei lacking expression of PCRMP1 or 2 showed that these proteins are essential for targeting of P...
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[texts]Development of the piggyBac transposable system for Plasmodium berghei and its application for random mutagenesis in malaria parasites. (Volume 12) - Fonager, Jannik
This article is from BMC Genomics, volume 12.AbstractBackground: The genome of a number of species of malaria parasites (Plasmodium spp.) has been sequenced in the hope of identifying new drug and vaccine targets. However, almost one-half of predicted Plasmodium genes are annotated as hypothetical and are difficult to analyse in bulk due to the inefficiency of current reverse genetic methodologies for Plasmodium...
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[texts]Molecular typing of Coxiella burnetii from animal and environmental matrices during Q fever epidemics in the Netherlands. (Volume 8) - de Bruin, Arnout
This article is from BMC Veterinary Research, volume 8.AbstractBackground: The bacterium Coxiella burnetii has caused unprecedented outbreaks of Q fever in the Netherlands between 2007 and 2010. Since 2007, over 4000 human cases have been reported, with 2354 cases in 2009 alone. Dairy goat farms were identified as most probable sources for emerging clusters of human Q fever cases in their vicinity...
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[texts]Early severe HIV disease precedes early antiretroviral therapy in infants: Are we too late? (Volume 17) - Innes, Steve
This article is from Journal of the International AIDS Society, volume 17.AbstractObjective: To describe the degree of HIV disease progression in infants initiating antiretroviral therapy (ART) by three months of age in a programmatic setting in South Africa. Design: This was a programmatic cohort study. Methods: Electronic and manual data extraction from databases and antiretroviral registers in 20 public clinics in Cape Town and electronic data extraction from a large ART service at Chris Hani...
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[texts]Early Antiretroviral Therapy reduces the incidence of otorrhea in a randomized study of early and deferred antiretroviral therapy: Evidence from the Children with HIV Early Antiretroviral Therapy (CHER) Study. (Volume 4) - Hainline, Clotilde
This article is from BMC Research Notes, volume 4.AbstractBackground: Although otorrhea occurs commonly in HIV-infected infants, there are few data. We compared the incidence of otorrhea in infants receiving early vs deferred ART in the Children with HIV Early Antiretroviral (CHER) trial. Infants aged 6 to 12 weeks of age with confirmed HIV infection and a CD4 percentage greater than or equal to 25% were randomized to early or deferred ART at two sites in South Africa...
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